It’s doubtful that Malcolm Young will ever return to AC/DC. That’s according to the band’s biographer Jesse Fink. The new book The Youngs: The Brothers Who Built AC/DC goes into intimate detail about the Young Family and how they created arguably the loudest and most popular global rock band. Fink tells a Boston radio station that he doesn’t expect Malcolm to get back with the band and said the younger nephew Stevie is there for the long haul. With over 40 years under his belt with the band, you gotta say it’s been one hell of a run for Malcolm Young! The band has recorded a new album and expect to release it sometime before the end of this year.
If you’re down with reality TV and KISS then get ready for their “4th and Loud” show that will highlight the band behind the scenes of their Arena Football League team LA KISS. Set your TVs to AMC August 12th. The band posted a couple of webisodes for your viewing pleasure.
Collage of Foo
Foo Fighters may have spilled the beans on details about their new album … well, not all the beans … just some of them. Circulating online are Tweets of location coordinates relating to the city where the band recorded their album. Alongside those coordinates were pieces of artwork. When all the eight pieces of artwork are put together an incredible yet fictitious cityscape is created showing prominent features from various cities around the country, including New York, Chicago, Washington DC, Hollywood and others. The teaser Tweets could also be an ad for their upcoming HBO series that’s set to air October 17th. There’s no actual release date for the new album but it’s thought to arrive sometime this November. Foo Fighters say on their Facebook that there will be some big news this Monday.
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